House Journal: Page 776: Wednesday, March 15, 2000
a. (1) Any The disclosure of any information
released by the a financial institution to the unit
15 pursuant to this
section chapter or the rules or
16 procedures adopted by the unit to implement this
17 chapter, including disclosure of information relating
18 to an obligor who maintains an account with the
19 financial institution or disclosure of information
20 relating to any other person who maintains an account
21 with the financial institution that is provided for
22 the purpose of complying with the data match
23 requirements of this section and with the agreement
24 entered into between the financial institution and the
25 unit pursuant to subsection 2.
b. (2) Any encumbrance or surrender of any assets
27 held by
the a financial institution in response to a
28 notice of lien or levy issued by the unit.
c. (3) Any other action taken in or omission in
30 connection with good faith efforts to comply with this
section or section 252I.7 chapter or any rules or
32 procedures that are adopted by the unit to implement
33 this chapter, including but not limited to disclosure
34 of erroneous information about any person.
35 (4) The disclosure, use, or misuse by the unit or
36 by any other person of information provided or assets
37 delivered to the unit by a financial institution.
38 b. For the purposes of this section, "financial
39 institution" includes officers, directors, employees,
40 contractors, and agents of the financial institution."
41 3. Title page, line 1, by inserting after the
42 word "support" the following: ", immunity from
43 liability for financial institutions relating to data
44 matching and levies against accounts,".
Rants of Woodbury asked and received unanimous consent that
Senate File 2254 be deferred and that the bill retain its place on the
calendar. (Amendment H-8274 pending)
SENATE MESSAGES CONSIDERED
Senate File 2126, by Johnson, Boettger, Rehberg, Szymoniak,
McKibben, Lundby, Soukup, Harper, McCoy, Bolkcom, Tinsman,
Shearer, Dvorsky, Hammond, Dearden, Gronstal, and Maddox, a bill
for an act relating to third-party payment of health care coverage
costs for prescription contraceptive drugs, devices, and services.
Read first time and referred to committee on commerce and
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